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BHP Group chief executive Andrew Mackenzie has acknowledged the use of fossil fuels could present an “existential” threat to the planet in a landmark speech overnight.
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Will death become them? Two houses recently listed for sale were the sites of famous murders.
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The former communications manager of a UK politician has hijacked the MP’s own public Twitter account to resign spectacularly.
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A Russian military analyst says Russian pilots likely "made a minor mistake in navigation" when they allegedly violated South Korea's airspace off the country's east coast.
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Britain’s new Conservative leader Boris Johnson needs to act now to get any kind of Brexit deal through a Parliament that does not represent the electorate’s decision to leave the EU. Image: Getty
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British Airways has lost a legal bid to block planned pilot strikes during its busy summer period. The union has the power to call strikes with two weeks’ notice. Ninety-three per cent of British Airways pilots voted to take industrial action, after rejecting a three year pay deal. Just one day of strikes is estimated to cost the airline between $50 and $70 million.
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Video obtained Wednesday, July 24, 2019, of Chinese swimming star Sun Yang confronting Duncan Scott of Great Britain and calling him a loser during the 200-metre freestyle medal ceremony at the FINA World Championships 2019 - Gwangju. (AAP VIDEO/Olympic Channel/NBC Sports)(NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOURS)
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The former Chinese premier who ordered martial law during pro-Democracy protests in Tiananmen Square has died, aged 90. Li Peng died on Monday night in Beijing of an unspecified illness, according to media reports. Thousands of people gathered in the centre of Beijing for a series of protests during the spring and summer of 1989, which were brought to an end in hostile fashion by the military, with hundreds of civilians killed in the act. Mr Li was broadly disliked by the population as a result of what happened and became known as the ‘Butcher of Beijing’. He stepped down as premier in 1998 to become chairman of the Chinese parliament before retiring in 2003. Image: AP
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The price of insulin continues to climb, despite the fact that the drug has been around for nearly a century. Legal, regularity, and patent hurdles have hindered the development of a generic alternative to insulin products on the market. Image: Bloomberg News
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Scott’s stand follows the lead set by Aussie Mack Horton, who lit the fuse for a fiery meet by protesting against Sun after the men’s 400m freestyle final.

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